Check out bilateral spillovers


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Each country's actions can have positive or negative effects on other countries' abilities to achieve the SDGs. The Spillover Index assesses such spillovers along three dimensions: environmental & social impacts embodied into trade, economy & finance, and security. A higher score means that a country causes more positive and fewer negative spillover effects.

Environmental and social impacts embodied into trade

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Exports of hazardous pesticides

Scarce water consumption embodied in imports

Fatal work-related accidents embodied in imports

Victims of modern slavery embodied in imports

Air pollution associated with imports

Nitrogen emissions associated with imports

Exports of plastic waste

GHG emissions embodied in imports

Marine biodiversity threats embodied in imports

Imported deforestation

UN-based Multilateralism, Peace and Security

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All data presented on this website are based on the publication Sachs, J.D., Lafortune, G., Fuller, G. (2024). The SDGs and the UN Summit of the Future. Sustainable Development Report 2024. Paris: SDSN, Dublin: Dublin University Press. 10.25546/108572

Spillover score